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IT businesses unsure about immigration changes

Two thirds (67%) of IT business leaders are worried about immigration changes caused by Brexit, fearing they will make it harder to recruit people with the right skills (33%) and will add time (37%) and cost (30%) to the recruitment process.

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Research by Blacks Solicitors shows that while 83% of businesses in the IT industry currently employ staff from the EU, 63% of business leaders expect changes to immigration law to deter them from employing EU citizens after Brexit.

Around one third (30%) say they feel under-prepared for Brexit and 20% say they have limited understanding of how it will affect their business and employees’ rights.

To help employers prepare for the changes, Blacks Solicitors is hosting a series of seminars and training sessions on immigration and the Brexit process.

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